alexa Evaluating plant performance with endospores
Environmental Sciences

Environmental Sciences

Hydrology: Current Research

Author(s): Rice Eugene W, Fox Kim R, Miltner Richard J, Lytle Darren A, Johnson Clifford H

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It contains a study in which spore -forming aerobic bacteria spores as microbial substitutes is used to evaluate the performance of water treatment plants . Develop a method of analysis for this microbial substitute. Examines several water sources and data collection coagulation studies and inactivation of chlorine. Compare assessments for the removal of spores and removals of turbidity and particles for water treatment plants at pilot scale and full scale . It concludes that the monitoring of these spores is a viable method for evaluating the performance of water treatment plants

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This article was published in Journal of the American Water Works Association and referenced in Hydrology: Current Research

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